Stanley Marsh 3 (creator of Cadillac Ranch), family, associate settle teen sex lawsuits
Stanley Marsh 3, his son Stanley Marsh IV, Gwendolyn Marsh and Marsh associate David Weir have settled all civil lawsuits filed by 10 unnamed men who alleged the Amarillo millionaire paid them to perform sex acts in his 12th-floor Chase Tower office when they were minors.
Attorneys for both sides said Saturday the settlement was confidential and they could not comment further.
“The plaintiffs and the Marsh entities in this case, to include Gwendolyn Marsh as guardian for Stanley Marsh 3, have
resolved all of their differences. None of the parties is authorized to comment on the nature or amount of the settlement. The parties agree that Stanley Marsh 3 does not own the Cadillac Ranch. The parties will have no further comment,” Anthony Buzbee, attorney for the plaintiffs, said in a statement. Marsh attorney Kelly Utsinger said Saturday he could not comment on the settlement and referred to the statement.
In October, Buzbee began filing a series of lawsuits alleging Marsh 3 plied teen boys with cash, alcohol, drugs and in one victim’s case, two BMWs, to perform sex acts with Marsh 3.